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Topic - gottfried hirnschall
The World Health Organization says the global target of 15 million people taking life-saving AIDS drugs by 2015 is just a first step.
The number of people taking crucial AIDS drugs climbed by a record 1.2 million last year to 5.2 million overall, the World Health Organization said Monday _ but Bill Clinton says that's still not nearly enough.
With 8 million people in poor countries taking them now, WHO's Dr. Gottfried Hirnschall told the International AIDS conference the world should meet the higher goal.
Hirnschall urged countries to expand HIV testing so they can start reaching those people, saying "now is not the time to be timid."